Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978



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Four fraternities institute rushing in first semester • Dr. Miller speaks to IRC on value of United Nations • Forum to present English economist next Monday night • Junior class to sponsor "Shipwreck Ball" Friday • Omwake goes to Virginia • Sportsmen meet in gym • Masquerade postponed • MSGA takes steps toward setting up dorm government • Discussion of domestic and political problems features rally • Sororities on campus open annual week of rushing • IRC to sponsor John C. Kunkel at open forum • Red Cross unit sets up five groups on campus • Philadelphia doctor presents program at pre-med meeting • Yost to present reading • Bud Buchanan is official doughnut-maker • Antiques are prime hobby of Mrs. Donald Helfferich • Outstanding Ursinus graduate honored at recent Pennsylvania week luncheon • Committee heads further work for "Dusty Halo" • Canterbury Club sponsors series of talks on marriage • Chesterfield announces contest for campus photographers • Y to present series of speakers in lieu of Emphasis Week • Alumnus awarded doctorate by Drew on Founders Day • MSGA fills two posts; Kern, Rearick selected • French Club to present program November 1 at Studio Cottage • Hockey team falls to Bryn Mawr, 2-1; JV Belles tie, 2-2 • F & M to provide strong opposition for Bruin eleven • Bears beat Seahawks 25-6 to continue surge: Fischer paces Grizzlies with long scoring runs • Soccer squad drops pair of decisions to Lincoln and Swarthmore booters • Belles get 5-0 win at William and Mary • Albright registers big 17-40 victory over Bear Harriers • Philadelphia Orchestra to give concerts at Academy of Music • Bachman talks at vespers

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Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, fraternities, sororities, rushing, Eugene H. Miller, International Relations Club, Wilford King, Stanley Omwake, Perkiomen Valley Sportsmen, student government, dormitories, John C. Kunkel, Red Cross, John H. Dugger, Calvin D. Yost, pre-legal society, Lois Forer, Conrad Moffett, marriages, Bud Buchanan, Nora Shuler Helfferich, Pennsylvania Dutch, Mrs. Harry Greaves, Canterbury Club, Myk Saporoshenka, Rosicrucians, YMCA, Chesterfield cigarettes, Curtain Club, Alfred C. Bartholomew, Jay Kern, Bertram Rearick, Library, French Club, field hockey, football, John Law, Frank Scirica, Don Stauffer, soccer, cross country, Bill Fischer, Byers Bachman


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This is a digitized copy of the Ursinus Weekly, Volume 50, Number 5.

Willard Wetzel, editor-in-chief.

The Ursinus Weekly, October 30, 1950



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